float keyword in java

In Java, float ” is a primitive type.

A float variable stores a double−precision 32-bit floating point value.


float ratio = .01f;

float diameter = 6.15f;

The float keyword can be used as a method parameter as below:

  1. public void displayMarks(float marks) {
  3.     System.out.println("Total percentage marks "+marks);
  4. }
public void displayMarks(float marks) {

    System.out.println("Total percentage marks "+marks);

The float keyword can be used as a return type of a method as well:

  1. public float getMarks() {
  3.                 return 94.5f;
  4. }
public float getMarks() {
                return 94.5f;

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